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Were you injured at a music festival or concert?

It's summertime, which means that we are in full swing of music festival season. While the opportunity to see many of your favorite artists in one place (and hopefully discover some new favorites) is an amazing feature of the festival experience, these events also hold tremendous potential for serious injury.

Festivals generally take place in large, open venues and bring in many different vendors who work together or in spite of each other to create the experience as a whole. When you add potentially thousands of attendants to the mix, it is easy to see just what miracle it is that serious injuries are not constantly occurring.

Beware of spinal cord injuries after a car crash

Many types of injuries are possible when you are involved in a car crash. Some, such as spinal cord injuries, are potentially life-long conditions. It is imperative that you understand these points if your loved one has an injured spinal cord.

Not all spinal cord injuries have the same impacts on a person's life. In fact, two injuries in the exact same location can have very different outcomes. Here are some facts you should be aware of.

Drug possession: What you need to do to defend yourself

You didn't know there were drugs in your possession. You took your friends out for the evening in your vehicle, and one of them must have left a bag of drugs behind. You're not an addict, and you don't take drugs yourself, but the amount that was left on the passenger side of your vehicle was enough that the police noticed it when they pulled you over for speeding.

Now, you face drug charges, because they reported that you had ecstasy in your vehicle. Fortunately, there are a few different defensive options you can try with the support of your attorney.

3 causes of summer car crashes

Summer is here, and that means more people will be on the roads in Pennsylvania. There are beautiful, scenic routes to enjoy, and those heading from the Canadian border to the south or from New England to the Midwest have to pass through the state in most cases.

As a result, there are many different hazards created during the summer. These have the potential to cause serious accidents and injuries. Here are three to keep an eye out for when you drive in your home state.

Understanding Pennsylvania’s options for auto insurance coverage

It’s common for drivers to shop around and look into different auto insurance carriers to find the best rate possible. Did you know that drivers in Pennsylvania have more options when it comes to coverage compared with people in other states?

If you live in Pennsylvania and conducted your own research into insurance rates, you likely came across two options: Full and limited tort. What is the difference?

Can a DUI affect a college career?

College is often considered to be a place where students can experience new and different things. The hope is that these experiences will help them develop into well-rounded and capable adults, but sometimes young adults make mistakes while they experience those new things.

Hopefully, students will learn from their mistakes, but some mistakes have significant consequences that can impact their chances of continuing their education. Being charged with and convicted of driving while intoxicated is one of those mistakes.

There is a drug arrest every 25 seconds

Drug possession is the most common crime in America, affecting everyone from teenagers to senior citizens and all walks of life. There are over 1.25 million arrests each year for possession, one of every nine arrests. In a recently released report from Human Rights Watch, that comes to an arrest every 25 seconds.

As the prison population grows and the federal government is ever more conscious of financial costs, many are calling for reform on a system that has more arrests for drug possession than for violent crime. In recent years, many states have decriminalized recreational marijuana usage. Pennsylvania is currently adopting procedures for medicinal marijuana, which is also reflective of changing attitudes.

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